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LESS IS MORE: Gallery Opening Reception

Celebrate the opening of Makeba Rainey’s new exhibition “LESS IS MORE: The Nature of Letting Go” with a restorative walk through the Schuylkill Center grounds and a conversation between the artist and collaborator Dominique London, facilitated by culture worker and...
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Fall for the Arts Festival

Each year Chestnut Hill welcomes Autumn with The Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival. Visitors can enjoy a day of art, music, culinary delights and boutique shopping as Germantown Avenue, between Willow Grove and Rex Avenue, is transformed into...
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Chestnut Hill Second Saturdays

Chestnut Hill’s monthly series, Second Saturdays, highlights the area’s vibrant arts scene with live music, retail and restaurant specials, and family-friendly activities. Art enthusiasts, collectors, and casual spectators alike can stroll the Avenue and explore the works of dozens of...
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How local artists can tackle climate change & bring more voices into the urban heat conversation

The Tyler School and The Trust for Public Land are teaming up through Heat Response PHL. Here’s how it’s working.    Education is the first step to tackling climate change. Art is a form of education that everyone can understand, regardless of age, background, and previous level of environmental knowledge.  Meet: Heat Response PHL, a new project...
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12 Local Students Win Water Art Contest

Student artwork highlights the relationship Philadelphians have with their waterways and our shared responsibility for keeping them clean. The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) announced 12 student winners for their art that display...
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